The Financial District is perpetually adding more and more extravagant developments to the historic area. Many developers are taking advantage of this remarkable location and giving New Yorkers the chance to live right in the place where the city was born. And now, three new buildings have joined the neighborhood, adding to the vertical construction boom, ranging from renovated historical buildings to new construction.
(Facade of 5 Beekman Street)
Yet another supertall building is in construction in FiDi—soaring 51 stories with 68 one to three bedroom apartments. One bedrooms will run $1.2 million, $2.95 million for two-bedrooms, and $3.7 million for three-bedrooms. The Beekman offers a rooftop deck, concierge, gym and media room. Residents will enjoy the floors that are lined with solid oak, marble countertops, floor-to-ceiling windows, custom cabinetry, and greeted with a mahogany entrance. Apartments are already currently available.
(Facade of 161 Maiden Lane)
Completed just this year, residing along the Seaport, stands a 670 feet tall building with 60 stories and a facade made of only glass and floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing residents to take in the beautiful views of Lower manhattan. At 161 Maiden Lane, two of the floors hold the buildings amenities–the Water Club, which has a hydrotherapy pool that contains 360 degree views of The NY Harbor, bridges, and more. A second floor is for fitness and activities for children and adults. Residences boast hard stained oak floors, custom walnut cabinetry, Calacatta Gold marble backsplashes, and a curated appliance package by Gaggenau.
45 Broad Street:
A new building is planned to have 66 stories and stand 1,100 feet tall is coming to Broad Street. This new development is planned to have 150 apartments averaging $2.7 million apiece, ranging from studios to four-bedrooms. Floors three through eight will be office spaces, while floors nine through twelve will hold amenities including a garden, game room, library, two lounges, and a state-of-the-art fitness center. The facade of the building is a perfect example of old meeting new, with its gold-framed design, perfectly fitting for the area. Sales for the extravagant building are expected in June of 2017, and construction will be completed by August 2019.